There was a world of difference between Monday's damp, rainy chill and the near-record warmth on Sunday, when a high of 74 degrees was reached.
The shot of cool air fades quickly today. The last of any steady rain and drizzle will come to an end early this morning, though there will be fog in the area.
The temperature today will rebound to around 60 with little more than a passing shower.
Warm air will take one more swipe at the Triangle ahead of a cold front on Wednesday. Most of the region will near 70 degrees tomorrow, even with plenty of clouds and more rain.
Dry weather, under high pressure, will set up a typical early December temperature pattern on Thursday through Sunday. Highs will be in the mid- to upper 50s with lows mostly in the 30s.
Have a great Tuesday!